The father of one of the survivors of last week’s shooting at an Oregon college said his family has no intention of meeting with President Barack Obama when the president visits the area later this week.
Stacy Boylan, father of Umpqua Community College student Ana Boylan, openly questions Obama’s motives for coming to Roseburg — with good reason, considering the president said “we should politicize” shootings such as that which occurred last week.
Ana continues to recover after being shot in the back by the gunman.
“I do believe it was Rahm Emmanuel [who] said, ‘Never let a good tragedy go to waste,'” Boylan told Fox News host Megyn Kelly in an appearance, Tuesday, on the “The Kelly File.”
Boylan, a staunch Second Amendment supporter, went on to say that Obama’s visit “is completely to support his gun control agenda.” He was also highly critical of gun-free zones, saying gunmen target these areas knowing they’re not going to be met with resistance.
“Gun-free zones are a problem, they’re an issue,” he said. “They’re a target for crazy people.”
When asked specifically if he will see Obama on Friday if the president wants to meet with families of the victims, Boylan said he has spoken to his daughter and other family members and they’ve decided that they will not be used as props to support a gun control agenda.
“On principle, I find that I am in disagreement with his policies on gun control, and therefore, we will not be attending the visit,” he replied.
- Left loses it when data breach reveals police, other officials donated to Rittenhouse self-defense effort - April 16, 2021
- Texas youth baseball team drops $17K for tourny in NY, then told 12 and up must be vaccinated - April 16, 2021
- Noted Trump-haters in Congress dropping major coin on beefed-up security - April 16, 2021